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East Innisfail, Queensland

East Innisfail is a suburban locality in the Cassowary Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, East Innisfail had a population of 1.855 people.

                                               

Forsayth, Queensland

Forsayth is a town and locality in the Shire of Etheridge, Far North Queensland, Australia, approximately 415 kilometres by road from Cairns. The city is the Terminus of the Etheridge railway, built in the chillagoe Railway and mining company. He ...

                                               

Georgetown, Queensland

Georgetown is on the Etheridge River in Far North Queensland, Australia. The Gulf Developmental Road passes through the town, linking Cairns - 380 kilometres 240 mi to the east - and Normanton - 301 kilometres 187 mi to the west. Georgetown is th ...

                                               

Herberton, Queensland

Herberton is a rural town and locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Herberton had a population of 855 people. In its climax, serves the richest tin Deposit in Australia and was home to 17 pubs, 2 local News ...

                                               

Ella Bay

Ella Bay is a bay located in the Cassowary Coast Region in Far North Queensland, Australia. It is in close proximity to the town of Innisfail. Innisfail is situated 88 kilometres south of Cairns and 260 kilometres north of Townsville. The bay is ...

                                               

Etty Bay

Etty Bay is a bay of the Pacific Ocean and a 700 metres long beach in the far north of the Australian state of Queensland. The beach is 15 kilometres by road from the township of Innisfail, 20 minutes drive from Paronella Park and 7 kilometres fr ...

                                               

Mosquito Fleet (Johnstone River, Queensland)

Sugar Lighters in the Johnstone River, Queensland In the early days of settlement at Geraldton were used to carry the bags of sugar down the Johnstone and out to meet larger ships standing off the coast. or in nearby ports, mainly Cairns. These l ...

                                               

Kairi, Queensland

Kairi is on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland. It is close to Lake Tinaroo and the closest more populous place is Tinaroo, which is 4 kilometres 2.5 mi North of Kairi. It is 1.698 kilometres 1.055 mi NNW from Brisbane and is 719m abo ...

                                               

Malanda, Queensland

Malanda is a rural town and locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Malanda had a population of 1.985 people. The economy is based upon agriculture and tourism.

                                               

Mareeba

Mareeba is a rural town and locality in the Shire of Mareeba in Far North Queensland, Australia. The town is 417 metres above sea level on the confluence of the Barron River, Granite Creek and Emerald Creek. Between 2008 and 2013, it was within t ...

                                               

Mossman, Queensland

Mossman is a town and a locality in Far North Queensland, Australia, on the Mossman River. It is within the local government area of Shire of Douglas. In the 2016 census, Mossman had a population of 1.937 people.

                                               

Mount Garnet, Queensland

Mount Garnet is a rural town and locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Mount Garnet had a population of 430 people.

                                               

Blackbull, Queensland

The Gulf Developmental Road passes through the locality from the south-east to the south-west. The Normanton to Croydon railway line runs immediately parallel to it with the locality being served by the Blackbull railway siding. The only service ...

                                               

Croydon, Queensland

Croydon is a town and locality within the Shire of Croydon in Queensland, Australia. It is a terminus for the Normanton to Croydon railway line, which operates the Gulflander tourist train.

                                               

Cape Tribulation, Queensland

Cape Tribulation is a headland and coastal locality in the Shire of Douglas in northern Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cape Tribulation had a population of 118 people.

                                               

Cassowary, Queensland

The north-western part of the locality is low-lying coastal plains 10-20 metres about sea level and is used for farming, predominantly sugarcane. The eastern and southern parts of the locality form part of the Cassowary Range, rising to unnamed p ...

                                               

Cooya Beach, Queensland

Cooya Beach is a coastal town and locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cooya Beach had a population of 546 people.

                                               

Daintree, Queensland

Daintree is a settlement in North Queensland 111 kilometres 69 mi north of Cairns and 56 kilometres 35 mi from Port Douglas, Queensland. The McDowell Ranges are near the town while the Daintree River flows nearby. It takes its name from Richard D ...

                                               

Newell, Queensland

Newell is a coastal town and rural locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Newell had a population of 336 people.

                                               

Oak Beach, Queensland

Oak Beach is a coastal town and a locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Oak Beach had a population of 195 people.

                                               

Thornton Beach, Queensland

Thornton Beach is a coastal town and locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Thornton Beach had a population of 5 people.

                                               

Wangetti, Queensland

The Captain Cook Highway runs through the locality from south to north mostly hugging the coastline. The land is mostly developed, and, except for a small area of land around the city Wangetii, the vast majority of the settlement is part of the n ...

                                               

Wonga Beach, Queensland

Wonga Beach is a coastal locality in the Shire of Douglas, Queensland, Australia. The town of Wonga is within the locality. In the 2016 census, Wonga Beach had a population of 975 people.

                                               

Abingdon Airport

Abingdon Airport, also known as Abingdon Downs Airport, is an airport in Abingdon Downs, Shire of Etheridge, Queensland, Australia.

                                               

Einasleigh, Queensland

The town is located at the confluence of Einasleigh River with the Copperfield River. The Einasleigh River has a catchment area of 24.366 square kilometres 9.408 sq mi. Following its confluence with the Gilbert River, they spill into a vast estua ...

                                               

Gilberton, Queensland (Etheridge Shire)

The old Gilberton township lies within a cattle station privately owned by one family since 1869, which was established near Yangaa territory. The only remains of the town is the stone fortress that was built by the Martell family in 1869. The da ...

                                               

Almaden, Queensland

Almaden is a rural town and locality in the Shire of Mareeba, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Almaden had a population of 71 people. Almaden was on the railway line between Marib and production and breeding town of Mungana. The city is ...

                                               

Arriga, Queensland

The Tableland Sugar Mill is located in Arriga 17.1197°S 145.3453°E  / -17.1197, 145.3453  Tableland Sugar Mill). Built in 1997-1998, it was the first new sugar mill in Queensland for 75 years and the most technologically advanced making extensi ...

                                               

Bellevue, Queensland

Bellevue is a locality in northern Queensland, Australia. It is within the local government area of Shire of Mareeba.

                                               

Biboohra, Queensland

The town is close to the southern boundary of the locality. The Mulligan Highway traverses the locality from the south to the west, passing the western edge of the town. The Tablelands railway line traverses the locality from the south to the eas ...

                                               

Groganville, Queensland

Groganville is a locality in northern Queensland, Australia. It is within the local government area of Shire of Mareeba. It was formerly a mining town and now has a very low population.

                                               

Julatten, Queensland

Julatten is on the eastern edge of the Atherton Tableland about 450 metres above sea level but extends in the north-east down the Great Dividing Range to the coastal plain about 30 metres above sea level. This steep north-eastern part of locality ...

                                               

Kingsborough, Queensland

Kingsborough is a small town in the locality of Thornborough in the Shire of Mareeba, Queensland, Australia. It was part of the Hodgkinson Minerals Area.

                                               

Mount Molloy, Queensland

Mount Molloy is a historic mining and timber town and locality lying 55 kilometres north of Cairns in Queensland, Australia. It is within the local government area of Shire of Mareeba.

                                               

Mount Mulgrave, Queensland

Yalanji is an Australian Aboriginal language of Far North Queensland. The traditional language region is Mossman River in the south to the Annan River in the north, bordered by the Pacific Ocean in the east and extending inland to west of Mount M ...

                                               

Thornborough, Queensland

Thornborough is a town and locality in Shire of Mareeba in Queensland, Australia. It rose to prominence in the 1870s as a gold mining town in the Hodgkinson Minerals Area. Today, there are very few buildings remaining in the town. It is within th ...

                                               

Watsonville, Queensland

Watsonville is a town and locality in North Queensland, Australia. It is within the local government area of Shire of Mareeba.

                                               

Atherton, Queensland

Atherton is on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland. Atherton joins Gillies highway to Yungaburra, the Kennedy highway North to South in Mareeba and Ravenshoe and mount garnet, the Malanda road to Malanda and look at the road from to st ...

                                               

Evelyn, Queensland

The name Evelyn is taken from the name of an early pastoral run, which was named by Francis Horace Stubley a Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly in the Electoral district of Kennedy 1878-83, after his wife. Evelyn scrub provisional scho ...

                                               

Gunnawarra, Queensland

Gunnawarra is 207 kilometres 129 mi south-west of Cairns via the Bruce Highway, Gillies Range Road, Lake Barrine Road, State Route 25, State Route 24, the Kennedy Highway and Gunnawarra Road. From further west it can be accessed via the Kennedy H ...

                                               

Jaggan, Queensland

Jaggan State School opened on 2 April 1918. In August 1924, the Queensland Government committed to constructing a new school building at a cost of £640. It closed in 1965.

                                               

Kirrama, Queensland

The locality takes its name from the Kirrama pastoral run in 1870s. The name is thought to be the Indigenous language group name Keremai or Kirimai local to the area.

                                               

Lake Eacham, Queensland

The locality presumably takes its name from the waterbody Lake Eacham in the north-west of the locality 17.2845°S 145.6252°E  / -17.2845, 145.6252  Lake Eacham Queensland). The name of the lake is believed to be an Aboriginal word yeetcham mean ...

                                               

Lake Tinaroo, Queensland

The locality includes the lake itself also called Lake Tinaroo created by the Tinaroo Dam and the foreshores of the lake and some of the creeks that flow into the lake. It is mostly a water locality with very little land.

                                               

Middlebrook, Queensland

Middlebrook Road State School opened on 2 September 1935 with Charles Mathew Connolly as the first head teacher. It closed circa 14 December 1945. The school building was relocated to Millaa State School and a bus service was provided to transpor ...

                                               

Millaa Queensland

Millaa is a rural town and locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Millaa had a population of 514 people.

                                               

Peeramon

The towns name is an Aboriginal word, referring to a local hill. The name was assigned by the Queensland Railways Department on 25 April 1910. Public school lake eacham opened in 1911. In 1919 it was renamed the state school of Peeramon. It close ...

                                               

Ravenshoe, Queensland

Ravenshoe is a rural town and locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Ravenshoe had a population of 1.400 people.

                                               

Silver Valley, Queensland

The Wild River forms the western boundary of the locality. The Kennedy Highway passes from west to east through the southern edge of the locality. The locality is mountainous, rising from an elevation of 650m in Bulldog Gully in the south of the ...

                                               

Tarzali

The town takes its name from the railway station and is said to be an Aboriginal word meaning water gum, Syzygium gustavioides. The railway station was in use from 1915 to 1964. Dirran state school opened on 3 may 1915. 21 October 1918 was rename ...

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